It's not a yacht, it's a dinner/event charter boat. It's probably one of the old Sir Winstons. It's all about how many people can you serve dinner/get drunk for the $$$, and it's pretty efficient at its job. It's basically a Skipperliner on steroids, but I bet it carries/had a license for 300 passengers or more. You do a wedding or two per weekend (sometimes we'd do a wedding in the morning and a corporate gig in the evening) and another mid week company party/ family get together or two, and suddennly you're making money. In season you may offer up as a dinner head boat. It doesn't really take many people booking dinner and having some cocktails to make the trip profitable, probably about 20 is a typical break even for the cruise.